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Pinko de Mayo

Pinko de Mayo
 n.— «Now that we have managed to survive the illegal immigrant’s boycott of all things “gringo” which took place on Monday, May 1st (hereafter referred to as “Pinko de Mayo”), someone has come up with the idea of a counter-protest.» —“Interesting idea” Darth Apathy May 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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